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Oppo makes their new “Selfie Expert” F1s official with 16 Megapixel front camera

cjmagowan  —  2 years ago ( Aug 04, 2016 )    |    Mobile, News

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The Oppo F1s takes the lead as the company’s new Selfie device and is dubbed as the “Selfie Expert”. It follows the same footsteps as its predecessor and is aimed at making your Selfie experience more engaging with a wide selection of imaging features and enhancements.

The unit includes the same 13 Megapixel main camera at the back with LED flash and Phase Detection AutoFocus. The differentiating feature between the new F1s and its predecessor lies on the front. The F1s doubled its front imaging sensor which brings us to a 16 Megapixel Selfie camera with f/2.0 Aperture and support for 1080p video capture.

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On the software front, the new Oppo F1s includes the latest Beautify 4.0 software which features a number of filters, enhancements and controls for a perfect Selfie shot. It also comes with Selfie Panorama so everyone can be fitted in a single image without anyone left behind.

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The new Oppo F1s comes with a 5.5-inch 720p IPS display with full Gorilla Glass 4 lamination on the front. Under the hood isa MediaTekMT6750 chipset with Octa-core processor running at 1.5 GHz, there’s 3 GB of RAM and is supported by 32 GB of expandable internal storage and supports microSD cards of up to 128GB.

As the hype turn up for biometric sensors, The F1s includes a built-in fingerprint sensor that’s fast enough to unlock the device in no time and provide the utmost security for a more secure internet transactions.

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Unlike all other dual-SIM devices that also supports microSD and shared its slot with the device SIM 2 slot, the Oppo F1s has its own dedicated slot solely for the microSD card however they are all house on the same tray though but that’s all go enough so we could use all SIM slots and a microSD card at the same time.

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The new Oppo F1s runs on Color OS 3.1 – an Oppo proprietary user interface based on Android 5.0 (Lollipop). It features a simplified and minimalistic approach and a number of exclusive manufacturer apps designed and optimized for the F1s. Lastly, keeping the handset at top, it runs on an embedded 3075 mAh Li-Po battery which should be enough to last for a day or more on regular use.

As the handset is officially launched in India, it costs around INR18,000 or roughly around $270. Though there has been no information for a worldwide release, we’ll expect the handset to become available in other regions as well just like they always did with other devices in the past.Oppo can’t just ignore the enormous amount of fans around the world, knowing that it comes in a relatively affordable price.

SOURCEOppo